Wednesday, January 31, 2018

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Tuesday, January 30, 2018

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Monday, January 29, 2018

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Tuesday, January 23, 2018

NEWSMAX: Fake News and Anti-Trump Media Bias

Fake News and Anti-Trump Media Bias

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U.S. President Donald Trump walks towards the Oval Office after he returned to the White House January 17, 2018, in Washington, D.C. (Alex Wong/Getty Images)
By  Monday, 22 Jan 2018 02:37 PMCurrent | Bio | Archive
Fake news constitutes either a gross bias on the part of the media, a bias that would be extreme to the degree that the news is twisted into an untruth, or a bias that is driven by a deliberate lack of coverage on the part of the media over news. The liberal mainstream media engages in both and they are called out by President Trump who is nevertheless not always right and who, thus, may also be involved in fake news from time to time.
A historic example of news twisted by a biased reporter would be the coverage by Walter Cronkite of the Vietnam War and his coverage of the Black Panthers. Cronkite’s notorious liberal bias would later be exposed by his biographer, distinguished liberal historian Douglas Brinkley. By injecting his opinion and agenda into his coverage, he was able to change public perception and by doing so change the course of events.
An example of fake news can mean a lack of coverage of news, and was how the media ignored President Barack Obama’s assertion that “If you like your healthcare plan you can keep it, if you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor. Obama repeated these false claims over 30 times during the Obamacare debate and this went largely unexamined and unchallenged by the liberal mainstream media.
While Trump overstates the case too often, the media has nevertheless created several instances of fake news to solidify the narrative that Trump has something against minorities. During the campaign, Trump made spastic motions when describing Serge Kovaleski, a Washington Post reporter who had previously written an article claiming that hundreds of Muslims in New Jersey had celebrated the 9/11 attack on the twin towers. Trump described how the reporter denied the contents of his own published report with spastic motions. It turned out that the reporter had a disability that Trump was not aware of. The media created a narrative around this as proof that Trump had something against people with disabilities.
Perhaps the most egregious example of this type of manufactured fake news was the coverage of Trump’s response to the Charlottesville protests. In this case, the media fanned the flames of national racial discord and besmirched the reputation of the country to get a direct hit on Trump who condemned both the white supremacists and the Antifa protests equally for causing the disturbance. His reference to good people on both sides was obviously a simple recognition that regular people, not white supremacists or Antifa, were there to either support or oppose the removal of a confederate statue, an issue by which reasonable people differ.
Trump was attacked for having something against black people due to allegations that he was insensitive in a call to a widow of an African-American soldier who was killed in action in North Africa. Going with this story full bore, the media never offered context in terms of why Trump made the call in the first place. Had he called the widow to offend her? Why would he do something so ridiculous?
The most recent fake story is the public recantation of comments the president made in a closed-door meeting where he described some African nations, Haiti and El Salvador as s***holes. These types of admittedly ugly profanities would have not likely have been repeated publicly by Senator Dick Durbin unless he knew the media would feed them into the “Trump as racist” beast. The media was once again willing to damage America’s reputation in order to get a hit on Trump who was, at any rate, talking about the countries' corrupt socialistic systems and not the race of their inhabitants.
Fake News today has not reached the seriousness of the days of Walter Cronkite when the bias of one newsman could cause defeat in war and the deaths of millions. Nor is President Trump correct to call legitimate criticism of his government fake news. However, the rabid anti-Trump bias of the media has become so twisted that it is damaging society and the country in ways that are both obvious and subtle.
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Monday, January 22, 2018

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Friday, January 19, 2018

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NEWSMAX: Minorities Benefit From Trump Economy as Dems Bloviate

Minorities Benefit From Trump Economy as Dems Bloviate

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President Donald Trump waves as he steps off Air Force One upon return to Andrews Air Force in Maryland on January 18, 2018. (Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images)
By  Friday, 19 Jan 2018 12:43 PMCurrent | Bio | Archive
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren, using Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day as a political prop and as a backdrop for her toxic politics, attacked President Donald Trump as “openly racist” and his supporters as “white supremacists.” But where does Warren derive her cred in terms of making such ugly and defamatory charges?
Is this the same Elizabeth Warren who seemingly cheated people of color out of obtaining positions at Harvard University and at the University of Pennsylvania by defrauding affirmative action? Warren claims to be 1/32 Cherokee. Perhaps her distinguished Harvard colleague Professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. might finally put this question to rest by featuring Warren on his excellent PBS-TV series "Finding Your Roots."
Meanwhile, as Warren and her ilk continue to maliciously crunch away at the same old destructive race dialectic, President Trump’s first year in office has recorded the lowest level of black unemployment, 6.8 percent, since the U.S. Department of Labor started keeping such statistics in 1972. According to the liberal Atlantic Monthly, Trump’s approval rating amongst black men had virtually doubled in his first year in office to 23 percent. This trend must be particularly terrifying to left-wingers who hope to keep black people lulled by their ongoing campaign of phony resentment and agit-prop.
The liberal Christian Science Monitor published an article “Among black men, a spark of support for Donald Trump” which quotes a “30-something long-haul truck driver from Covington, Ga.” who neatly summarized the issue:
“I’d much rather have a guy look me in the eyes and tell me what he really feels than try to tell me what he thinks I want to hear…That’s a man whose hand I’ll shake. And that’s why I have no worries about Trump.”
Dr. Ben Carson, Trump Administration Director of the Department of Housing and Urban Development, is moving his department toward encouraging the private sector to provide jobs and education as opposed to the old failed liberal emphasis on public assistance. The move toward encouraging minorities to participate in the job market, and to thus achieve greater self-sufficiency and success, along with the tax programwhich encourages private investment and capital accumulation offers a positive and, dare I suggest, a winning model. The left continues to offer minorities only two things, and two things only, and they are abortion and welfare.
The left is terrified over the possibility that minorities, who make up President Trump’s natural constituency, might reject the same old politically correct garbage that they continue to hurl at him and at anyone else who fails to properly genuflect in their direction. Warren engages in classic projection and re-direction when she calls Trump a “racist bully.” They fear that people of color might begin to embrace Trump’s more positive vision, one that is based on self-interest and on making America great. So, they go off the deep end with extreme and vicious rhetorical flourishes that fool less and less people.
We should ask exactly what Elizabeth Warren, who voted against the tax cuts, has ever actually done for black people. Other than engaging in self-serving, condescending, wind-bag bloviating speeches on MLK Day, Warren and her predominantly white and privileged ilk have done little to nothing for black people. They just rile up hatred and conflict to hoodwink the black voter. For that matter, it is doubtful that Elizabeth Warren has ever done anything for anyone other than herself and to promote her own inflated power.
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